ARH 333: History of Social Practice
General Education requirement: 3B - Visual & Performing Arts
Survey of key issues in art history, theory, and activity in the genre known as "social practice.'' The course covers significant artworks and philosophies of social practice in the Western canon from the 1970s onwards, as well as mid-century antecedents. Students will participate in "embodied learning" exercises that will reinforce course materials (i.e.reenactments, project prototyping, and writing art criticism).
Section 01: Undergraduate Lecture